Mending Fences - by Norm Foster
March 2nd - April 7th
Harry Sullivan hasn't seen his son in 13 years. And now, Drew is coming to Harry's Saskatchewan ranch for a visit. This poignant comedy tells the story of two men who are too stubborn to give in to feelings of the heart.
Playwright - Norm Foster
Friday or Saturdays: $69.50
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One dollar from every ticket sold will be donated to The Mustard Seed
Dustin Funk is a locally actor trained at RDC. He has performed on stage during many productions for high school, college, and his hometown’s amateur dinner theatre, the Consort Players. He did two years at RDC’s Theater Performance and Creation program for acting on stage. The following two years were spent in the college’s Motion Picture Arts program for acting on film. He has acted and helped produce several student films, and independent films.
Carla most recent work includes last year’s productions of The Melville Boys and Making God Laugh. Past highlights also include film work and Ignition Theatre’s productions of Death Trap and It’s A Wonderful Life. Carla is also the Artistic Director of Say It Ain’t So Theatre. Theatre has always been an important part of Carla’s world from starring in church plays, to partaking in opportunities through college programs and community theatre. She is a fan of Norm Foster’s work and is proud to be part of this Mending Fences cast.
as - Harry / Harry's Father
Dale is a retired elementary school teacher, a kid mom and cat mom, and life partner to Butch. She has enjoyed her chosen hobby with Central Alberta Theatre for over 20 years and has performed in numerous CAT plays. Dale is now focusing her creative endeavours on the directing aspect of theatre and is looking forward to this new challenge.
as - Drew / Young Drew / Yong Harry
Lynn is an active member for both CAT and RPS. She’s played many roles, mostly off-stage; director, stage manager, backstage, properties, set decoration, and so on. Lynn was really pleased to be asked to stage manage Mending Fences, especially when hearing that Dale Latam was directing. Lynn had seen Dale on stage and always enjoyed her talent as an actor. She was eager to see what Dale would do as director and has not been disappointed. She’s sure you, the audience, will not be either.
as - Gin / Lori / Harry's Mom
Jim has been with CAT for approximately 10 years now and has done a variety of dinner theatres over those years. It seems Norm Foster plays are where he lands the most roles and here he goes again. He has enjoyed working with his fellow castmates, the supporting crew and of course the director in charge, Dale Latam. He hopes you all enjoy the show and wants you to remember he’s not nearly as grumpy as this character. Oh, and having to pretend he’s living in Saskatchewan was very tough for a Winnipegger.